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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 12 February 1901

S?RES AMD ULCERS. ?Sores and Ulcers never become chronic unless toe blood is In poor condition ? u ?sluggish, weak and unable to throw on the poisons that accumulate in it. The system must be relieved of the unhealthy matter through the sore, and great danger to life would follow should it heal before the blood has been made pure and healthy and all impurities ?sliminated from the sys? tem. S. S.S. begins the cure by first cleans? ing and invigorating the blood, building up the general health und removing from il" JES? A OONSTANT DRAIN ?ffetemtte?. UPOH THE SYSTEM. When this has been accomplished the dis? charge gradually ceases, aud the sore or ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old indolent ?orea to grow worse and worse, and eventually to destroy the bones. Local applications, while soothing and to some extent alleviate pain, cannot reacdi the seat of the trouble, b. S. S. does, and no matter how apparently hopeless yonr ?condition, even though your constitution has broken d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 14 February 1901

VOL. 17.-NO. 8 Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Hanufacturlng Interests of Frederlcksburjr and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country Fredericksburg, Va.. Thursday, February 14, 1901 PRICE: 3 CENTS; Railroads. ? wr?i.ww Schedu|e,n Effect May 27, 1900. LEAVE Ri?HMON . BYRD STREET STATION. 9.00 A. M., NOt.FiU.K LfkiirSD. Ar rive* Norfolk U:?? A. M. Stops only at ?Pet ersi>ur?j. Waveriv, ?n?l sutiKik.. Btoond elaaa ti?kt'U not acceo r ??u. 9:05 *. M . t'HK OHIOAQU KXrilBSS. for uyiichtiur?/. Itoanoke. Co lu ml? us, and Chica*??. Buffet l'arlor car lvterslmrg to Koanoko. 1'ulltni.n ?Steepei K?>an??k<? toOo? uml?iii ; al*o, for llrtst?j.', Knoxville, and Chattan?H>?a Pullman sleeper Muanoko tu K no x i 3115 i' M. Ocean Shore Limited. Arrives i Norfj?k '?:?."> I". M tttoaeouty at ?"eterstiurK, ? Waverly, and ?Suffolk Second-class tickeis not !/o<?il on this train 6:57 ?'. M . K?>r Suffolk, Norfolk, and In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 14 February 1901

vAttnzzi iwmn&BL FBEEEBICESBUEO, VA. (AM INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.) ONLY IRI-WE?kTy IN VIRGINIA. 5 Covers more than thirty counties in the ist, 3rd, 7th and 8th Con? gressional Districts, and goes to subscribers at nearly 500 postoffices. Subscription II.?50 Per Tear in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES : 8PACB. 1 Inch per year... S months-? 8 months. ? 1 month.. - Per Inch for 2 or more Inches per roar........ Smooths-. 8 months- ? Trl Veekly ?Seml Weekly $14 00 ! $11 00 10 00 ! s 00 s 00 400 ? M ?00 400 5 (?.) 800 ? ?. 500 8 M Weck:?-. 7 W ft (U ? I H 600 300 ? M LpOO inehen or display advertisement for $100. used at advertiser's option. In any ?lied space?matter or space ohanfed a? often a? desired. $7*25 per oent. added for special position. TRANSIENT RATKS: For any slxed ad. 1 Insertion SOo. per Inch. Readlna Notice? lOo- per nonpareil line flrat nsertlon, $0. per Une for each subsequent e. Obituaries or Rellfloua Notice? of enter tinmen ta, etc., charred tor at one half rato...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 14 February 1901

THURSDAY .FEBK AU\ 14 1901. Entered at the Poatoffloe a? Fredertoks barg, Va.. m second class matter ] AU communications ot every character ?houid be addressed to"THKKHEKLANCR." Frederlcksburg. Va. ichmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. done ale to effect Jan. .'7th. 1901 Leave Northward. 1.49 A. M. datlT. no local stop?. ; MS A. M. da;./. p.. \ it. -?ua-J??! oaij,sto[>a at Brooke a i.l w-.du Water. r?uaii*y. yuantU-o acniHliitiuu. k A d*uy except ajnday.no local MOM L? P. M. daily except -Sunday, no '.ova. stops. 7.4. V M. dally. No local aicpa. *.:?* e H.. daily. Stops at Uru<>keaud Wide W .t*r. . Lt?ve -so?i-waiu. ?.. M Jai.y. At.aat.v ? i?t Line train. au?ps ?t stutoro, tx?,-. i. week 4>-?? ays. ?. M.1*;.t. S ?a- ard Air Line trau.. v...-- A. UJu ?JkO. Broa--! treet ?si*:. . tt t.Jt V Sunday. Stops at MlUor-d. iv-wei. and Aahiaad M >?: >. A an 1c co ?at Line train. tt'tn? ?t Do?weu and v? s.r P. k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 14 February 1901

Rheamaiisra Rheumatic pains are the cries of protest an?! distress from tortured muscles, aching ?joints and excited n?rvea. The blood ha.? Leen poisoned by the accumulation ol waste matter in the system, and can no longer supply the pure and health sustain? ing food they require. The whole system feels the effect of this acid poison ; and not until the blood has been purified and brought back to a healthy condition will the aches and pains cease. Mrs. James Kell, of W Ninth street, N. B., Washington, I>. C, writes as follow*: *'A few month* ago I bad an attack of bciatic Rheum? t ism in its worst form The Kin was ao Interne that I came ?completely pros? trate-1 Tbeattack'wasan unujually aevere one, and my trot dit ion waa regard?, ?rdas being very danger? ous. I was attended by one of the must able doc? tors la Washington, who ta also? member of the fat> ulty of a leading medical college here. He told me to ?continue his prescrit?? ti?>ns and I woul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 16 February 1901

17.-N0. 9 Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and HanqfactuHng Interests of FredericksburK and the Tidewater and Pietimont Country. Fredericksburg, Va., Saturday, February 16, 1901 PRICE 3 CENTSj Railroads. N?WNorfi^Weslem ? wnr.w Schedule in Effect May 27. 1900. LEAVE RlCHMON . BYRD STREET STATION 9.00 A. M_ NORFOLK LIMITED. Ar rive* Norfolk il? A. M > at Pel ?radar*. Waveri.v, a?. B< oond class tu-kots not accent fd >n th;s train. 9:05 ?. M . TII8 CM!. ,*. > cxi-aKS??, for i.yuohl'uri.- .?nt.ii**?. and Ch-.* . >r car Peterabui - goeaoke l'ailm-.in Sleeper Roanos ?asabas ; also, i ?r Bristol, Knofvllle, and Chattanooga Pullman Sleeper ttoauoko t<> gaoxvllte, 3;i5 f. ML tVean Shore l.im.ted. Arrives ?ptfvdkl pe only at > etercUuru. Wavorly, and Suffolk not ?r >.'.i on thia train 6157 1'. M . Kor Suffolk. Norfolk, and in tennt'Oiatc station?. Arrive? at Norfolk at 10:M? I". M. 9110 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 16 February 1901

r&ESEBICESB??Ba, VA. (AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.) ONLY TRIWEEKLY IN VIRGINIA. ""Covers more than thirty counties In the ist, 3rd, 7th and 8th Con? gressional Districts, and goes to subscribers at nearly 500 postoffices. Sabtcrlptioa 11.60 Per Tear In Aivaaot. ADVERTISING RATES: SPACE? 1 Inch per year.. S months. 3 mouths. 1 month..* Per Inch for S or more laches per year. Smooths-. 3 months.. Tri S1111 Weekly? Weekfy* W**klT 1 - 10 00 e ou too 1000 sou too m 00 8 00 5 00 5 Ou 3 00 I M ? 00 8 00 I 500 5 00 I W I H I 00 1.000 luebee of display advertisement for 1100, used at advertiser's option, in any stand space?matter or space changed as often aa desired. %WZb per ceut. added for special position. TRANSIENT RATES: For any slied ad. 1 insertion SOo. per Inch. Reading Notions lOo- per nonpareil line first Insertion, 60. per line for each subsequent one. Obituaries or Religious Notices of enter? tainments, etc., charged for at one-half rates. Letter* roooromendln? or advert...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 16 February 1901

?glg?jlglgj JOS s 8?TURDAY..FEBRUAHY 16 1?U1 Entered at the Post offioe at Fredericks barg, Va, as second-class matter All cominunlcatlons of every ob arm-ter Should bo address? ? to"Ttl RKKBB LAMO." FrederUksWurg, Va. Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. Soneale In effeot Jan. '.'7th, lvoi Leave Nortuware. Ml A. M. dailv, no local stafOa ?.ic a. M. daily, no local st.ps. lu.is \. si. fundar? mux*, stops at Hrooke aud Wule Wrttir. 9)9mA toept Buodty. Cu?ntico llU.KllllK.il. tutu a. -a. -Jaiiy except buuda>. no local StOlM, I.w P. M. daily except Sunday, no lovai ?u>i?s. :.i\ V M. a*Uy. N ...cal stops. <? ?.-.- l>. M daily, btopsat lliMok? aud Wide W ?tor. ; 1*4 V? 3UUt:.?liu, v.38 a. h aai.y, Atlaatt?Coast Line traiu. Scops at Mil ton., t)o*w. liaad Asbiaud, week a?r? \ -. ?uudays. I?? ll A M. dally, 8??bJart Air Une train. Vms a. A. i.. Juuiiii'ii. Arrive at c.\o. Broad ?*t Station, Kuhaund. 1.34 P. M. LMUi] .1..V S.md...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 16 February 1901

No External Symptoms. Tha blood may bt in bad condition, yet witb no external algns, no akin eruption or ?orea to Indicate It. Tha symptoms ia such caaes being a variable appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable weakness and nervousness, loss of flesh and a general run-down condition of the system?dearly showing the blood has lost its nutritive qualities, has become thin and watery. It is In just such cases that S. S. S. has done soma o/ its quickest and most effective work by building up the blood and supplying the element? lacking to make it strong and vigorous. ? " My wife need sev? eral bottles of S. S. S. as a blood puriner and to tone op a weak and emaciated system, with very marked effect by way of improvement "We regard it a great tonic and blood purifier. "???. P. Duft, Princeton, Mo. #fe A?A* AWAa is the greatest of all ^^ ?^^ ^^ tonics, and you will ?^^^.^^find the appetite im ?%^ +\mW ^mw proves at once, strength returns, and nervousness vanishes aa new rich pore blood...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 19 February 1901

VOL. 17-NO. 10 Devoted to the Agricultura!, Commercial and Hanufacturing Interests of Fredericksbur* and the Tidewater and Piedmont Countr> FREDERICKSBURG, VA.. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1901 PRICE 3 CENTSt Railroads. N?WHorfoik^Wesiern ?wr-M.w?, Schedule in Effect May 27. 1900. LEAVE H.CHMON . BYRO STREET STATION 9*.00 A- M., NOUKol.K LIMITED. Ar? rivas Norfolk 11:?? A. M. Stops only at Pet ersbarg, W?veriy, *n<l Suffolk. Si coud cite*? ticket? not aooevted on this train. 9:05 V M , THB CHICAGO EXPRESS. for L.ynchhurv. Koanok?', Columbus, and Chicago. Huttet Parlor oar Petersburg to Koauoke. Pullman Sleeper Roeaoke toOoJ uml'u? ; also, for Bristol, Knoxville. and Chattauooga Pullman Sleeper ttoanokc to Knoivllle. 3".15 1*. M. Ocean Shore Limited. Arrives Norf ilk 5 ?*'> P. M stops only at ??etensburg, Waverly. and Suffolk Second-class ticket* not good on this train 6".57 l" N' - For Suffolk, Norfolk, and In? termediate sutlona. Arrives at Norfolk at 10:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 19 February 1901

FBEDERICSSB?BO, VA? (AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.) ONLY TRI-WEEKLY ?N VIRGINIA. Covers more than thirty counties In the ?st, trd, 7th and 8th Con? gressional Districts, and goes to subscribers at nearly 500 postomces. Subscription 11.50 Per Tear in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES : SPACE. Inch por yoar... ? months.. 3 months-. Wex""ly.l Weakly. Ww>k|y tut? HI i?> 10 m 1 mouth... ? m Per Inch for I -or more inches pur your. 10 00 ?month?.. SOU 8 mouths..! i 00 ? 6U0 3 u* ? S 00 1.0UU merit-? 01 disp.ay advertisement for 110(1. used at advertiser's option, in any Sited space?matter or space changed as often as desired* tai^?i per cent. added for special po TRANSIENT K.VTKS: For any sited ?d. 1 Insertion 60c, per Inch. Reading Notices lOo. per nonpareil lino first insertion. 5e. per line for each sul>sc<iucut one. ObituarU-3 or Religious Notice? of enter? tainments, etc., charged for at one-half rate?. Letter? recommending or advertising can? didate?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 19 February 1901

TUESDAY... FKBB?AKY 19 WM. Entered at the Postoflioe at Fredericks barg, Va., as seoond-claas matter 1 AU ?ommunn.'Hti(<as ol every charaiU-r ?aouldbeaddn-ssoUo'-THK KKKK LANCE," Prederlcksin-rg, V?*. T Ice Evidence of Thrift Notes and Per? sonals - Owners of Ice-houses Have Hai ve-ted Good Ice This Week From Four to Six Inches Thick (Correspondence of The Free Laaoa, | M ?? I Va.. Fob 15th. ItMi. The whole :? ?uuty is til! ..-ted. ui,>re or less, with grippe Some oau'i smell. :.t-rs can't vaste The Presulii.^ Klder of this Methn dist district held his tirai ?ja^rtfrly meeting of conference ye?r oo ?uoutrot.. ciroutt at tirant church recently A tine ?'??jgrrgitiou wa?. prtseut and listened to an excelleut ?eriuon, after which a business session was held Tbe four churches that compos**-, the Otroult were represeuted. Tue Presiumg Klder seamed grai\tu>d at the excellent tioan otal rep-rt aaada and exptaeaad if saying smoaittoas had beaten King ?Ueor^e ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 19 February 1901

Contagious Blood Poison There is no poison so highly contagious, ao deceptive aud so destructive. Don't he too sure yon are cured because all erternal signs of the disease have disappeared, and the doctor aays you ?re well. Many per? sons have been dosed with Mercury and Potash for months or years, and pro? nounced cured ? to realize when too late that the disease was ouly covered up ? m ...- /??_-#? ?sir?*? driven from the Uk0 B?get* Uka. ,urface to break oat again, and to their aorruw and mortifi? cation find those nearest and dearest to them have been infected by this loath? some disease, for no other poison is ao surely transmitted from parent to child as t his. Often a bad case of K heumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula or aevere skin disease, an old sore or ulcer developing in middle life, can b. ?raced to blood poison con? ta"ariy Tho Sln of th* PW**' life, for it remains smoldering in the sys? tem forever, unless properly treated and driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is the only ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 21 February 1901

Devoted to ttu> Xgricultural, Commercial and flanufacturing Interests of Fredericksburfc and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country. vol.. 17.-N0. H Fredericksburg, Va.. Thursday, February 21, 1901 Price 3 Cents: Railroads. *? ? ? Schedule in Effect May 27. 1900. LEAVE NiCHMON BYRD STRECt STATION. 9.00 A. M.. NORFOLK 1.IMITKH. Ar tortol. Il :3? A.M. Stops only at IV! ? i-r.). ?il I S* ' tickets this train. 9:0S ?. M . IHK CHICAGO KXPRRS-?. :<>r i.yuchti.irif. H -'>iuituis. and Chicago. Buffet Parlor Pullman um).im ,-. Hiitl I'batta . . >ke t?. K bos 3115 i*. N'- frcoan flhnrn T .Im I toil Attires H alj s? ' etersburg, .. and Suffolk 8? - take.* not g<H*il .>!*. tins train S:57 l' v' and In? terme.??Ate ?tattfiie- Arrives at Norfolk at 10.?' 1'. M. 9:10 I' M. Por Lyackbura and Koanoke C nit its at Lynchurg with Washington and 1 iinit.il Pul man Lynchburg to Memphis aiul New Orleans ?.'aii-, j... Had ford to At a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 21 February 1901

FBEDEBICESBUBO, VA. (AW INDEPENDENT NBW8PAPBR.I ONLY TR.WEEKLY IN VIRGINIA Covers more than thirty counties In the ist, 3rd. 7th and 8th Con? gressional Districts, and goes to subscribers at nearly 500 postofSces. Subscription 11.53 Par Tsar in ?dranos. ADVERTISING RATES : 8PACB. 1 Inch r-er year. B months.. 8 rnoMh 1 mot. tb... Per inch fur X or more inches per year. S months.. 3 months.. Tri Wei <ij ?14 IH? s 00 4U? 10 ou soo 400 Semi Weekly til OH S t?J I ? 3 UU 800 5 on a 00 Weakly 7 .?i um . ? 600 S00 1 00" incoes of display advertisement for 1100, used sl aivertiser's option, lu anv sited space?matter or space changed as often as desired. fcW? per cent, added for special position. TRANSIENT RATES: For any alxed ad. 1 insertion MV. per inch. K**/1ln* Notice* lOo. per nonpareil lino first insertion, 60. per line for each subsequent ose. Obituaries or Religious Notices of enter? tainments, etc, charged for at one-half rates. Letter* rvoomtaendln* or advertising can did...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 21 February 1901

THURSDAY.. FBBR Ah Y 21 1901. filtered at theP.vstoffloe at Frederl^ks burg. Va., m secoudclas? matter ] AU communications ot every character should be addressel to'THK KRKB LANCB." RroUerlckstiura, Va. Richmond, c'roderickBburg t Potomao Haiiroud. Sobe .ale In effoot Jan. 27th. lWUI Lear? Norm? aid. I.4'.> A. M. dauT, no local stupe. 7Mi a. M. dally, no looai m<<i>v v M. -?uadHX oniy.utops at Brooke an 1 W.ilo vv?u>r. lOAi A. M daiiy i-?i'opt Sunday, yuantico Accommodation. ? mua. a ?ai?y eicept auadaj.no local stop*, LM P. al. dally oxcopt Sunday, B ?sopa. JM v M dally. No .-... al ? Ml >v M daily, btopsat Brooks and wide W ?eat, : UxT? aoulnwaiu. \. * aai.y, Atlautlu ?oast Line train. 9tops ai Mlituro. lAnwc, and AahlanO, we?t d>va ' Sundays. M IJ A. M. dally. S?ati ard Air Lino train. y.*.-*. A. L. Junction. Arrive al C.\u. Broad t ?tat ion, ttictiiu IJH P. *. ua.ij cui',1 ^uiul*. tttop* a* Mllford, Dos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 21 February 1901

ECZEMA'S ITOH IS TORTURE. Eczema is caused by an acid humor in the blood coming In contact with the skin and producing great redness and in' flammation ; little pustular eruptions form and discbarge a thin, sticky fluid, which dries and acales off ; sometimes the ?kin is hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any form is a tormenting, stubborn disease, and tue itching aud burning at times are almost unbearable; the acid burning humor seems to ooze out and set the skin on fire. Salves, washes nor other exter? nal applications do any real good, for a? long as the poison remains iu the blood it will keep the skin irritated. BAD FORM OF TETTER. " For three year? I had Tetter on ray hands? which caused them to ?well to twice their natural fixe. Part of the time the diaeaM was in the foro? ^run? ning sores, very pain? ful, a ud cau.t::g me much diatom fort Four doctora aald the Tetter had progresse! too far to be cured, and they could di nothing for me 1I ok only three bottle? of S. 8. 3. and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 23 February 1901

Devoted i<? rht sericultura?, Commercial end -Tanufacturing Interests of Frederlcksburjr; and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country VOL. 17.-NO. 12 FREDERICKSBURG, VA.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1901 Price 3 Centsi Ra?roadp. ? m' Schedule in Effect May 27.1900. LEAVE HiCH MON . BYRO _ STREET STATION 9.00 A* M.. -Mill-ui.A LIMITED \r rive? Norfo k li.-SO A J only at tv? g, S 11 t si ct'p e l <ii tn ? trsln. 9:05 *-? M . TUB OH . vnohburtT, Boa and Hioks TullMsn . uml'Ui ; al*> 1. for Itris;-? . Knox Chattsnoom? ? K 00 v 3:15 ?'? M. (Vean Shore Lttsltetl arrive? > ? \- . -, ret,urn. Waver ? i ticke it this trtun 6:57 P. M . For SutTolk. Norfolk, and In termniinte stations. Arrives at Notlolkst 10:4e P 9.10 I' M- fo? I.ynvhtuinr and Koanoke Ooaaocta at Lym-hurx with Wniti'tiKlon and CSsttsnooga 1 lalle ? Pu uphis au 1 New 11 Oafa, porior, a:i I Obs to At a'.a, A;a. Pu it man Sleeper tu I '-.J and Lynchburg . bs ready : ?' I'. H. Alm?. Pullman r Pet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 23 February 1901

PBEDEBICKSBUBCr, VA* (AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.? ONLY TRI-WEEKLY IN VIRGINIA. '.TCovers more than thirty counties In the ist, ml, 7th and 8th Con? gressional Districts, snd goes to subscribers st nearly 500 postomces. SATURDAY.FE 4RUARY 23. 1901, Weather forecast for Fred ericksburg and Vicinity. Fair vnd Cold Saiurdap diminishing A W. winds FOOD FOR REFLEOTION. ' The extra ?ossion of tbe L gi Uture has only settled tho Constitutional Convention qaeetion numerically and aa to the time for electing delegates and holding the Convention. That body did not assume the responsibility of passing any resiriotion&ry meas ores aa to the qualifications for eligi? bility ss delegates to said Convention; and, therefore, that matter is practi? cally left with the people?thas mak? ing them a law unto themaeli-es. This being tras, tbe people should readily see the latitude given them upon this moat important subject, aa well as the responsibility imposed npon the*r shoulders. As the Und...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 23 February 1901

SATURDAY.FEBRIAKY 23 1901. Entered at the PoetiftU'e at Fredericks burg, Va., as ?eoond-class matter j ah smuanaassatoaa "t ?v?ry character nouldnead'lreasA'-lto' Till; PRIS LANCE," rU-Ksbur?;, Va. ; noiid, Frod?ricksburg 4 Potomac Kaiiroad. Hy-e. nl? iu erJeo? Jau. 21'h, 1S0I Lew.? ?loi ?, no local ?tops. . ' ? ?. I t pa ?t Brooke ?tut Wide Witter. B9WA. M. ?ally exoept !*u:'<liy. ?. noaOtlatloii. ^ 131 P. m. dally ? :.T: P. m. daily. I vs. at Hrvmke aud Wide ? a ? ?<-. h. y, Atlanl i e tram. I 8 op? ?i atmor?>, ?otweuait? Aab i ?? \ t.? .-. A L Jun? . M .^uudaj. ; I H ? . Street st? ?uodat.ontr Ml ? here. :. Tratte M?' i ?. T. D, v'.>?.r?. I . o. c. oox, a. PotoTiau- t'redonci AND PIEDMONT lAILROAC aefceduie tor 1?*J1_ No. 1 LV ?:00 a m 8:18 a m 8:80 a m 8:28 a m 8;? a m 8:82 a m S*r??er'.cK?. W ait? ? siir? P a. Roi icreamer-rtl \ir.cl-. 8:36 am! Kur 8:40 a m Brock ?os -ni Parser Saw Hop? VerdiersviU? I 1:26 p ? 8:48 s m 8:00 s m 1:08 s...

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